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Pak Singer Accuses Karan Johar Of Copying Track In Jug Jugg Jeeyo; T-Sequence Says Track ‘Legally Acquired’

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Music
mark
T-Sequence
on
Monday
refuted
plagiarism
claims
by
Pakistani
musician
Abrar
Ul
Haq,
who
has
accused
Karan
Johar’s
Dharma
Productions
of
copying
his
tune
“Nach
Punjaban”
without
permission
in
their
upcoming
comedy
Jug
Jugg
Jeeyo.

The
trailer
of
the
movie,
featuring
Varun
Dhawan,
Anil
Kapoor,
Neetu
Kapoor
and
Kiara
Advani,
featured
a
recreated
version
of
the
accepted
2002
tune
by
Haq.
Quickly
after
the
trailer
launch
on
Sunday,
the
musician
took
to
Twitter
and
wrote
that
he
did
not
sell
his
tune
to
any
Indian
movie
producers
for
use.
Haq
threatened
prison
movement
in opposition to
Dharma
Productions
over
what
he
claimed
became
a
copyright
violation.

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“I
hold
not
equipped
my
tune
‘Nach
Punjaban’
to
any
Indian
movie
and
reserve
the
rights
to
trail
to
courtroom
to
claim
damages.
Producers
love
@karanjohar
could perhaps well just nonetheless
not
use
copy
songs.
This
is
my
sixth
tune
being
copied
which
will
not
be
allowed
at
all.
@DharmaMovies
@karanjohar,” he
had
tweeted.

The
official
Twitter
fable
of
T-Sequence
posted
a
mark
laying aside
Haq’s
claims,
which
had
long past
viral
on
the
social
media
platform.
T-Sequence
acknowledged
the
tune
became
“legally
received”,
with
the
UK-basically based
Moviebox
Info
Tag
retaining
the
rights
of
the
tune.

pak-singer-accuses-karan-johar-of-copying-song-in-jug-jugg-jeeyo

“We
hold
legally
received
the
rights
to
adapt
the
tune
Nach
Punjaban
from
the
album
Nach
Punjaban
launched
on
iTunes
on
1st
January,
2002
and
is
also
obtainable
on
Lollywood
Classics’ YouTube
channel,
owned
and
operated
by
Moviebox
Info
Tag,
for
the
movie
‘Jugjugg
Jeeyo’
produced
by
Dharma
Productions,”
the
narrate
read.

The
tune
mark
acknowledged
detailed
credit
will
be
incorporated
when
the
tailored
tune
is
formally
launched.
“All
due
credit
shall
be
incorporated
at some level of
all
platforms
when
tune
releases.
As
represented
by
Moviebox
Info
Tag
the
acknowledged
tune
copyrights
solely
vest
with
moviebox
handiest
with
all
official
paperwork,”
it
added.

In
a
Twitter
put up
on
Sunday
evening,
Moviebox
Info
Tag
also
refuted
Haq’s
claims
and
acknowledged
his
accusation
became
“defamatory”.
“Nach
Panjaban
has
been
formally
licensed
for
it
to
be
incorporated
in
the
Movie
“JugJugg
Jeeyo”
by
@TSeries.
@karanjohar
&
@DharmaMovies
hold
the
prison
rights
to
use
this
tune
in
their
movie
and
the
tweet
by
@AbrarUlHaqPK
earlier
nowadays
is
defamatory
and
totally
unacceptable”.
Haq,
alternatively,
posted
that
his
tune
“has
not
been
licensed
to
any
one” after
Moviebox
Info
Tag’s
tweet.
“If
somebody
is
claiming
it,
then
produce
the
settlement.
I
will
be
taking
prison
movement,”
he
wrote.

Jug
Jugg
Jeeyo
is
scheduled
to
release
on
June
24.

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